in a legal fashion for tens of thousand of dollars, right? >> absolutely. not just african lions, includes endangered african elephants, rhinoceros and species in great decline, leopards or giraffes. >> now in, so that, that is the legal part of this. this appears to be something shadier, right, or at lest allegation from the officials here, that actually the lion was in a preserve and was collared is that correct? what's the significance of the lion having a collar? >> the lion was studied, long term studied, a celebrity in the national park. it brings in revenue. when tourists come wanting to see the lion. by killing it for the one time safari, taking it out of the park, in fact the value is lost for the long term for people benefiting from the animal being there. we learn again and again from polling and from the economics of the situation that people will pay to see animals on safari.